Completed collaborative projects

Completed collaborative projects

Social significance of the House of Culture (2006-2009) Brian Donahoe, Joachim Otto Habeck, Agnieszka Halemba, István Sántha, Virginie Vaté

Conditions and Limitations of Lifestyle Plurality in Siberia (2008-2012)

Brainscapes: Investigating how differences in environmental layout influence the neural topography of spatial navigation

NOMAD: Observing the Interaction Between Reindeer and Humans (2007-2009)A project in the framework of the International Polar Year ( IPY) 2007-2008 Yulian Konstantinov, Vladislava Vladimirova

Gender Shift in the North of Russia (2008) supported by MPI and the Wenner-Gren Foundation Joachim Otto Habeck, Olga Povoroznyuk, Virginie Vaté

Siberia Project Group at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology (2000-2002) Patty Gray, Erich Kasten, Alex King, Florian Stammler, Aimar Ventsel, John Ziker

Completed individual projects

Discourses about the Environment and Land Use

Kirill Istomin
New Technologies in the Tundra: high-tech equipment, spatial persception, and orientation in the Russian Arctic

Agnieszka Halemba
The land and its multiple values. The Altai as a focus of religious and political practices of the Altaians

Vladislava Vladimirova
The state in post-(state) socialism: budget sector and tundra land use in the social economy of a subarctic village

Generation- and Gender-specific Perspectives

Katharina Gernet
Vom Bleiben in Zeiten globaler Mobilität: Räume und Spielräume der Lebensgestaltung junger indigener Frauen im russischen Norden

Elena Liarskaya
Reproductive Behaviour of Yamal Nenets Women: Transformation of Culture and the Appropriation of Reproductive Rights

Indigenity and Ethnicity as Dimensions of Identity
(Publication in Current Anthropology 2008)

Brian Donahoe
The law and environmental justice in the Russian Federation

Sayana Namsaraeva
Buryat ethnicity in three countries (Russia, China and Mongolia)

Conversion and Communication Between Different Forms of Spirituality

Katherine Metzo
Sacred landscapes, heritage and sustainability in the Baikal region, Russia

Anett Christine Oelschlägel
Plurale Weltinterpretationen. Das Beispiel der Tyva Südsibiriens

Virginie Vaté
Maintaining or reinventing a relation to 'Nature': religious practices and systems of representation in contemporary Chukchi society (Siberian Arctic)

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